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Supar

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How accurate of Planet alignment's theory
« on: June 13, 2010, 12:54:48 AM »
At first, I doubted when Dr Smith and Dr Kongpop (Nasa's Engineer) proposed this theory on media. It became true finally.
Here is the news from Bangkok Post several weeks ago.

BANGKOK - "About 150 people, including children, took part in an evacuation drill on Rad Island in Surat Thani on June 11, 2010. The drill was conducted yesterday amid speculation that the alignment of the planets could trigger a tsunami in the Andaman coastal provinces today. The drill yesterday on Rad Island in Don Sak district, located 1 km from the mainland, was organized by the National Disaster Warning Centre (NDWC), the Information and Communication Technology Ministry and local authorities. Residents received training in communications and rescue and relief efforts in the event of a tsunami. During the exercise, 150 residents took cover in the municipal office. The drill also included practice search and rescue operations for passengers of capsized vessels using a helicopter and a police patrol boat. Earlier, Kongpop U-yen, a Thai engineer who works at the U.S. National Aeronatics and Space Administration (NASA), said the alignment of the planets today could cause natural disasters such as earthquakes and tsunamis. NDWC chief Smith Dharmasarojana agreed with the forecast, saying it was backed by scientific data. The forecast, however, met with criticism from the scientific community as authorities did not clarify the prediction. Mr. Smith recently said during a TV interview that a solar eclipse was due to occur on June 12 as a result of the alignment of the Earth, the moon and the sun. He said the alignment would release considerable cumulative energy, which could affect the Earth. Mr. Smith, quoting Mr. Kongpop, said the phenomenon would have a direct impact on the Earth in the forms of climate disruption, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. As to which part of the world would be affected by the disasters, Mr. Kongpop said that depended on the time the sun unleashed its energy. It was hard to exactly locate the target area as the Earth revolved around the sun, he said. Mr. Smith said that Southeast Asia could be the first region to be affected if the planetary alignment, due to occur at 6.30 pm local time, triggers natural disasters. A 7.0-8.5 magnitude earthquake on the Richter scale could occur, possibly causing a tsunami. "The warning is something to consider, not to be panicked about. We cannot rely 100% on any theory," Mr. Smith said. But he said he believed the predicted disaster might happen." -Bangkok Post


Supar

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Re: How accurate of Planet alignment's theory
« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2010, 01:14:18 AM »
As far as I remembered, there was a rumour on planet alignment in 1976, but nothing has happened.
I think Dr Smith and Dr Kongpop recognised this event well. They might know some secret from NASA in which they coudn't tell to public. May be planet X played a great role in this time planet alignment. 

Unbelievable that their prediction is quite accurate. They predicted that earthquake magnitude greater than 7.7 richters would occur around 23.00 (Thailand time) on 12 June. They missed only 3 hours !! Below is the details of Andaman's quake :

Preliminary Earthquake Report
Earthquake details
Magnitude: 7.7
Depth: 1.00 km
Latitude: 7.7220
Longitude: 91.9010
Date-Time:

2010-06-12 at 19:26:35 UTC
Sunday, June 13, 2010 at 01:26 at night at epicenter
Location:

Continent: Indonesian archipelago
Country: Indonesia
State/County/Gov.: Daerah Istimewa Aceh
Location: Sabang
Distances: 429.02 km Course:

Supar

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Re: How accurate of Planet alignment's theory
« Reply #2 on: June 14, 2010, 01:34:13 AM »
Hello Linda and YOWbarb,

      Thanks for your greeting.  Actually, I keep on reading the new treads everyday. 
The next warning by Dr Kongpop (NASA's engineer)  is due on 8 July. 
He said the effect of planet alignment will be stronger than 12 June. 
Well...let's wait and see.  In my opinion, planet alignment is rubbish.
The sun's gravitation is pretty much stronger than those of all planets in our solar system.
I still believe that Dr Kongpop knows secrets from NASA.
Dr Smith (Dr Kongpop's collegue) said to media that there will  be also the effect of  other planets  beyond our solar system, but he didn't say any more word.
       


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Re: How accurate of Planet alignment's theory
« Reply #3 on: July 27, 2010, 07:57:00 PM »
Supar, I was in your country near Udorn, in 1972. The people were very friendly. They were extremely understanding about the cultural differences and helped a lot. It was very hot in the jungle. It is good that there are people from all over the world, adding to the resources of this forum. Thanks, Supar.  ed